PUBG players had been looking forward this week to the upcoming vaulting update that was scheduled for debut, but it’s now been delayed.
Bluehole has stated that the update has been pushed back due to a particular issue the PUBG team encountered earlier this week, which means plenty of fans are likely to be disappointed.
The update was meant to help test changes made to character movement and other alterations from the upcoming 1.0 patch, including the aforementioned vaulting.
“When the test servers are deployed, we will be running them for a long time and it’s crucial that they operate in a stable environment,” the PUBG Twitter account stated in an earlier tweet today.
“Therefore we feel that we have to delay the first test schedule for PC 1.0 to allow for a smooth testing of the new features and content.”
There wasn’t any sort of timeframe for when we can expect to see the patch to come through, but given that this is a very large update with a lot of changes coming, hopefully Bluehole is taking the necessary measures and time to make sure this push doesn’t break anything when it does debut. And hopefully there’s some sort of timeframe when the changes will come to fruition soon.
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